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"chris senate" Discussed on The Power Trip
"Do with myself. I'm GonNa hit it right now. News with Chris Senate by Way Doug Thank you great duck. I'm hoping that who did somebody do the news office active. I thought it yesterday was council building. It was the colony's news leader got an aunt protocol yesterday by talking about non aunt topics not cool man and the State Department of Health of Minnesota announced that tested over six thousand people for the first time over the last twenty four hours. The positive test rate in Minnesota is about ten and a half percent but of course. That's because a lot of people getting tested that they have a problem So going to be a little high but They're rampant it up. So that's good news governor. Tim Walls is giving Minnesota schools a couple of options when it comes to moving forward with education on Thursday. The governor said schools can either continue using distance learning this summer or a combination of in person and remote learning while says the move is to better cater towards students who are struggling with remote learning a little bit about what students need that social interaction. Too It's not just all through computers. It's not not good. I'm with you Minnesota gas prices on the rise prices. I should say on the rise as some of the restrictions start to ease according to AAA. The average price for regular unleaded in state is one dollars seventy cents per gallon. It's like a dollar an hour. A up eight cents from this time last week it's okay. The mall of America is going to reopen next month. The mall issued a statement. Thursday singer needs take time to get its safety measures instituted before reopening on June first again. I wonder what those are just outta cassidy. Dining rooms and attractions at the mall will stay closed. Rosedale Center and the Galleria will reopen on Monday. Oh yeah all right. Because restaurants and bars may not be opened. June one right. We're not one hundred percent. Sure even though. That's the plan right there aiming to have them open at least in some capacity. June one if they can get this out in the next two weeks so you're saying MOH cracks open no nickelodeon universe. No restaurants. Wonder what else you cannot do yet. Probably no more than ten people in a store owner. Some of the stores small emerge I. That's the weird thing moving forward with like picking up how giant the old navy is still there. I think it is. The old navy is right. It's massive here. So how can you say that only ten people can be in that store as opposed to like bail field of dreams like Memorabilia spot I understand. That's a pretty small store. Yeah Ten people in that store would be. Yeah you're probably close to less than six feet apart. Ten people in old navy. You can't even see the other nine people right and if you could have five hundred target I'd that's right. Everybody wants just to be consistent and it's hard it's because there's so many different businesses that have slightly different layouts purposes. I don't know what they're gonNa do with some of these things right and I understand why small businesses are. It's very frustrating. It's just you you can't do. A one size fits all solution for a epidemic that that targets people differently and areas differently. So it's I think it should be up to the municipalities. There needs to be more local control. It's not having just one person kind of making the decision and then at least the communities know what's right for their communities and they could look at it and and tailor it to that area then. I think that makes a lot more sense than just going. Here's the deal across the board. Because that's just it's not right like you said target. I was at target the other day. Holy Hell I was near people. Try to social distance. But there are certain parts that you just can't speaking of social distancing or the lack thereof you guys know that the Wisconsin Supreme Court of the state reverse the stay at home order from the governor and the bars opened on Wednesday. And here's some sound from.
"chris senate" Discussed on The Power Trip
"Do with myself. I'M GONNA. Hit it right now. News with Chris. Senate by way, Doug. Thank you great duck. I'm hoping that who did somebody do the news office active? I thought. Yesterday. Was the council building. It was the colony's news leader got an. Aunt Protocol yesterday by talking about non aunt topics not cool man and. The State Department of Health of Minnesota announced that tested over six thousand people for the first time over the last twenty four hours. The positive test rate in Minnesota is about ten and a half percent, but of course that's because a lot of people getting tested that they have a problem so going to be a little high but They're rampant it up, so that's good news. Governor Tim Walls is giving Minnesota schools a couple of options when it comes to moving forward with education on Thursday, the governor said schools can either continue using distance learning this summer or a combination of in person and remote learning, while says the move is to better cater towards students who are struggling with remote learning. A little bit about what students need that social interaction, too. It's not just all through computers. It's not. Not Good. I'm with you. Minnesota gas prices on the rise prices. I should say on the rise as some of the restrictions start to ease according to AAA. The average price for regular unleaded in state is one dollars seventy cents per gallon. It's like a dollar an hour. A up eight cents from this time last week. It's okay. The mall of America is going to reopen next month. The mall issued a statement. Thursday singer needs take time to get. Its safety measures instituted before reopening on June. First again I wonder what those are just Outta. Cassidy dining rooms and attractions at the mall will stay closed. Rosedale Center and the GALLERIA will reopen on. Monday, oh. Yeah all right because restaurants and bars may not be opened June one right. We're not one hundred percent sure, even though that's the plan right there, aiming to have them open. At least in some capacity June one if they can get this out in the next two weeks, so you're saying MOH cracks open, no nickelodeon universe no restaurants. Wonder what else you cannot do yet? Probably no more than. Ten people in a store owner. Some of the stores small emerge I. That's the weird thing moving forward with like picking up. How giant the old navy is still there I think it is. The old navy is right. It's massive here so. How can you say that? Only ten people can be in that store? As opposed to like bail field of dreams like sports memorabilia spot I understand. That's a pretty small store. Yeah, ten people in that store would be yeah. You're probably close to less than six feet apart ten people in old navy. You can't even see the other nine people right, and if you could have five hundred target. I'd that's right. Everybody wants just to be consistent and it's hard. It's because there's so many different businesses that have slightly different. Layouts. Purposes I don't know what they're gonNa do with some of these things right and I understand why small businesses are! It's very frustrating. It's just you you can't do. A one size fits all solution for a epidemic that that targets people differently and areas differently, so it's. I think it should be up to the municipalities. There needs to be more local control. It's not having just one person kind of making the decision, and then at least the communities know what's right for their communities, and they could look at it and and. Tailor it to that area then I think that makes a lot more sense than just going. Here's the deal across the board. Because that's just it's not right like you said target. I was at target the other day holy Hell I was near. People try to social distance, but there are certain parts that you just can't. Speaking of social distancing or the lack thereof, you guys know that the Wisconsin Supreme Court of the state reverse the stay at home order from the governor and the bars opened on Wednesday, and here's some sound from.
"chris senate" Discussed on The Power Trip
"We've made. It is you're right. I'M GONNA. Play the news thing. Yeah, played the news thing. Do that right now. That's okay with you. Can't. Chris! Senate by grade. That's right. My Name's Chris Hockey. Bring you the thanks to my friends. Agree, Vodka thank you. Thank you. The Minnesota State Senate passed a bill. That would let Minnesota businesses reopen. The bill says reopening plans would need to be reviewed by the government and the state wouldn't be allowed to take away businesses license reports say the House isn't expected to pass the bill. Democrats have said that the governor Tim Walston decide when the businesses are allowed to reopen, so the negotiations continue. Help I'm sorry. No, it's all right. Just keep making progress, right? You GotTa do. Marley even Hussy that. You GotTa Negotiate. Health providers and Minnesota now using new corona virus treatment. The Minnesota Department of Health, says the first batches of Rome Desa Vir. Were distributed around the state over the weekend to areas with severe cases from severe has been shown to reduce the hospitalization time for coronavirus virus patients by up to four days. Great, it's unclear when or if the drug will become more widely available in the state. But it's good to know that that is finally starting to circulate. He's over her good news. Yeah, thank you. That's trying to whatever now. Let's cory. Now here we go. Here's one for you a little less good news. Texas police, looking for a woman who drove over several gravestones at the Houston National Cemetery on Mother's Day cheese. Cheese nearing though I said Gee. Witnesses say following the end of a flyover dedicated to World War Two. The female driver a red SUV decided. She did night like waiting in traffic to get out of the cemetery. Needed a more speedy exit. And she allegedly ended up pulling onto the cemetery site while trying to get around traffic and drove straight through several plots and gravestones. When just say they were shocked and yelled at the driver did not slow down. A one woman said her mother stood in front of the vehicle to stop it from driving over her parent's grave sites. But. She had to jump out of the way when the just didn't want to slow down. Authorities are continuing to investigate the incident. Let's say gravestones. Markers were damaged just the grave sites themselves were driven over. All right, so we need some lawn care and she needs anger management counseling. Patience! Patience would would be very up. They'll comp the pizza if you're just patients. Man. Rose know. What does he say all? You needs a little patience now. I thought he said nothing lasts forever, even cold November, rain Lady. Just turn on some GR. What Song is this? I don't know I'm sure you. Really don't know the sun. Giant hit appear. Wasn't it? I wouldn't say this giant. where I was giant hit. and. I was at the Big Wad Dayton's dangerous rock and roll station, talking to lead the Hawk man. Roses now doing played. Listens for the HUSKIES? Be On my later. Jump on, we'll go get a dairy queen soft. Serve ice cream. For the Cotton Candy Cone. Under Stock Jay and our last. Caller whatever? because. Donald, Smile he's trolling you. This.
"chris senate" Discussed on Counting Countries
"Mistake I choose the Berry faster in Dubai to fly to Kigali Volya AD is available I I read several reports that I didn't check carefully quadrants for the talent aspect and at that time almost all European passports the visa on arrival except Italian and a few other countries that require online registration per year to the fees on arrival. So I didn't do this online registration I simply landed. I met Let's say wrong officer and he questioned my job or subduing. Let's say a financial services can be Chris Senate because Can Be related to some activity. That can be doubted as an. It's a related to this kind of say developing countries. And so the officer didn't give me. Let's see the time to the juicer. At the import and simply rejected my entry. But not only either. Sinus to take my past person so the flying back and I was the formerly deported by idiopathic line. That is a way. Let's say to avoid that. You enter the country. You are lending. So the captain of Deanne Saito European line plan was keeping my bus Bertha and they give me back on. Lena disobey and these actually was finalized. I believe to charge me on a fine. That was for the American for the for the for the line company because they didn't check carefully. Let's say the travel documents but that was unexperienced Something unpleasant and I was even refused to enter back to the because they said you violated the immigration law of wonder so we don't Allow you to enter it European. Now you need to buy another flight at went to Kenya. Let's say he took me one full day to fix this mess Gender was very unpleasant the first experience with Kigali. But today I have to say that they traveled to one the probably other six times and is one of my favorite country anyway in East Africa. Even for us it's a tough and one one One month after normal online documented requirement but the visa on arrival for citizens and. That's sounds like a very unpleasant long day to say the least. So are you saying you were fined by Ethiopia Airlines or by the government? Yeah so how much was that fine at. That was something like seven hundred. Us D- Guy So could have been a lot worse now. You were officially deported from Rwanda and you said you've been back multiple times that Since then but the first time you went back after that deportation were there any challenges or issues in entering the country. I think these. Let's say the port. The An choice is not by Rwandan aggression by the by the ideology in line. I think these Formula or the way to travel is the decision of the Caperton. Ti to avoid. Let's say that you enter it European so I don't think is related to a note or any kind of comment and this was Let's say anyway much before today having already Every country I've been appointed as a diplomat superbly. I I am in a different start to and I can explain let's say my background in in a different way but at that time was simply traveling for a for pleasure and I didn't want to give so many details. What you've been to Rwanda. I think you said six times. Would you like or what about Rwanda so much Let's say also related line interests. Them Rwanda is called the singer of east Africa. So is considered one of the top place to business in east Africa and Let's say Jack Ma. The former CEO of Alibaba went to key Kelly with fifty billionaires from China to search to look for new opportunities so from Uganda is a beautiful symbol of the development of the entire African continent. Let's say business opportunities in these one on one thousand his land Let's say dramatic history Pasta but again symbol because the president of Rwanda has been president of the African Union for very long term Lorenzo. Let's talk about visas for moment? You're just sharing the story of Not Realizing you had to register before arriving in Rwanda but any tough visa challenge story. Where took you months or years together? Let's say for me. The the the toughest tuition is to leaving China because in China you have the bureaucracy of the country and the let's say in the past. I folk that did relations between Beijing and only African countries were excellent. So I thought here in Beijing I can have an excellent opportunity to get all the African visa is absolutely the opposite because you have the embassies that are not exactly at the same level of New York or Aura London And it is very difficult to get the African visas or any kind of foreign visas in China plus. I leaving shy so to travel to Beijing to. Let's say Sabah meet my documents and my passport does not allow me to travel back to Shanghai and even to in hotel in Beijing because I have. Let's say a spurt where I'm registered in China so I cannot even sleep so I technically I need to get the visa immediately ordering it to ship my Bertha but they if you Let's say agencies and embassies most difficult visas for me Let's say some kid was Dafa but I got a business visa and I Julia was very Tuffah. Has Been rejected the seven times in China and I got in in Rome in Italy in the end. What trump in their seven times rejected for Algerian visa? Were what excuse? What were they saying to you? Every time the reason is very simple the unique to us an agency that is working with the embassy and I didn't find exactly the right agent so in Beijing. You need to war absolutely will be rejected your visa. So let's say Yeah you need to to to work for visa we the let's say qualified agent to get that kind of visa exchange to to spend extra money to make sure to get the device so I applied to raise their planning business. I applied different. Kind of his order injected. But every agent you hired for the seven times was not a qualified agent and find the right. The right agent to the right person So yet requests time to understand. This is just mentioned the difficulties that you can have in a country with a high bureaucratic system with embassies that can have. Let's say a standard. That is an African stunned. I believe I I often mentioned that. Let's say leaving in London or in New York and having the same posture that you have living in some city in Asia is very different because you have a number of diplomatic missions. That is very different and you have a standard services of that. The diplomatic missions. That is very different. So I think the best place in the world to get Shelby New Yorker can be probably London and Let's say probably can be good or Barry sort the center of Europe must simply because we have a high standard of services and you have a large number offer diplomatic missions seven times at a pretty frustrating. So when you finally made it to Algeria was anti climatic or were you impressed by the country. Or what what did you think when you finally made it there? let's as really a symbolic gain for me because. Ajeya was my last country to visit in. Africa is the largest country of Africa in terms of territory after that Sudan has been split to the north and south is a Belton road country so can be considered an ally of Beijing of China and is the at quarter off while way is really symbolizing. My interest in travelling the work that you have the largest mosque in Africa. Beat by Chinese workers Even let's say the the highway connecting West to east has been bitten by Chinese so he's a symbol of. Let's say the influence of China in Africa any is one of the top economy of the continent. Orange touch on that for a minute. Meaning I know one of your interest is driven by UNESCO World Heritage sites when you travel but you also come at travel through the lens of your career in economics etc in also you come at it from a perspective of living in China. You mentioned belt and road initiative which is a giant economic program that China is utilizing to invest in developing countries throughout the world. So how important is your career in investments in finances and tax. How important is that as a lens to you when you're traveling in chasing one ninety three? Let's say I think that the people who travel so extensively and people who travel in many countries and definitely people who travel every country. They transform the patient for travelling in their life. Is your entire life travelling the? Let's say my perspective is the perspective of a business advisor Beijing Shanghai so everything I see is from a business perspective advising out to. Let's say deal with the local financial system with the Logan Regulation and let's say Being in China for fourteen years I mainly see the global development of Chinese economy so traveling to the countries and I let's say travel to most of the countries I think in the last five years so I increased significantly the speed and the number of trips. Of course let's say in a phase of my career where I was interested in Let's say Belton PROJECTOR IN PHRA stocks are project from China and also in the kind of opportunities. I can't evaluate Let's say for the European Looking for new projects the let's say in northern Africa in Central Asia or even in the Caribbean region so I simply travel combining by patient with my profession. Orangi one of Segue for second and you touched on this moment earlier in our conversation you a unique perspective living in China or being a Westerner. How is How Chinese technology impacting you? When it comes to travel I have to say that I considered the best up the best the tool to to buy flights to buy To Book Hotels See trip That is the largest travel agency off the word today simply because of the number of users Chinese users and the is extremely easy to use in English language and you can book trips or tells everywhere in the ward than I mean I book paying with Rahman be currency using my bank account in Shanghai and purchasing flights and hotel connecting. Let's say comment owner and a child. They're connecting Let's say The Caribbean region to Let's say in the state so even Pacifico wherever whatever region of the world for this APP or technology. Anything stand out. So in other words it might missing out by using Kayak in skies scanner or a goethe. Is the technology different or better from your perspective. A SEAT DRIP. I think is more simple and I have only one tool and not more deport towards plaster. Let's say it is really related to people living in China because.
"chris senate" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Have a great Monday dean thank you California has become the first state in the nation to let college students get abortion medication on campus respond engine group has that story Chris Senate bill twenty four is authored by democratic senator Connie Leiva she says female college students have to go off campus if they want to terminate a pregnancy which she reminds us is a constitutionally protected right and because it is if a college student has to go off campus sometimes miles off campus and would have to take public transportation or bike or borrow a car even though supporters argue that students was sometimes have to travel up to thirty minutes to get abortion services the fact that such services are widely available off campus is the reason then governor Jerry Brown veto similar legislation last year the label argued again that the inconvenience of that however violates that constitutionally protected right she also says the new law does not give college students access to surgical abortions but rather simply medication abortion a two step process where a woman takes two sets of pills over the course of two days during the first ten weeks of pregnancy this to bill process is then supposed to cause a miscarriage this is not the so called morning after pill that's a one pill which is taken the morning after intercourse and releases a high dose of the synthetic hormone found in birth control pills that delay the release of a woman's egg now there are some who argue that a college student who experiences a miscarriage in her dorm room for example who suffer complications including severe bleeding that could be deadly but les mis as a two thousand eighteen study suggests abortion medication has serious adverse has three adverse affects only zero point three percent of cases this is less than Tylenol and **** governor Gavin Newsom and his funny statement said quote wall other states and the federal government are going backward restricting reproductive freedom California's moving forward expanding access and reaffirming a woman's right to choose and quote a study in the journal of adolescent health last year estimated that three hundred twenty two to five hundred nineteen students at California public universities think abortion medication every month the average cost of that medication about six hundred dollars the prescription here would be free to students funded by private donations Chris Jim thank you global warming is threatening north America's bird population experts say changes are happening fast and that even the birds themselves are sounding the alarm climate correspondent bill we're is listening from the Baltimore Orioles to the golden eagle from the song birds in your backyard to America's rarest current fishing in Tampa Bay are fine feathered friends are in deep trouble at this site there used to be fifty to sixty nesting pairs this was only about fifteen years ago and now we're down to about five to eight after a recent study found that the U. S. and Canada lost nearly three billion birds just since the seventies Audubon scientist of the latest climate models and looking to the future of over six hundred species so this is not a development comes into a grassland and ruins the nesting grounds this is that places on earth get too warm for these species so they have to either move or go extinct exactly so it's it's a combination of changes.
"chris senate" Discussed on KOMO
"Have a great Monday dean thank you California has become the first state in the nation to let college students get abortion medication on campus correspondent Jim group has the story Chris Senate bill twenty four is authored by democratic senator Connie Leiva she says female college students have to go off campus if they want to terminate a pregnancy which she reminds us is a constitutionally protected right and because it is if a college student has to go off campus sometimes miles off campus and would have to take public transportation or bike or borrow a car even though supporters argue that students was sometimes have to travel up to thirty minutes to get abortion services the fact that such services are widely available off campus is the reason then governor Jerry Brown veto similar legislation last year the label argued again that the inconvenience of that however violates that constitutionally protected right she also says the new law does not give college students access to surgical abortions but rather simply medication abortion two step process where woman takes two sets of pills over the course of two days during the first ten weeks of pregnancy this to bill process is then supposed to cause a miscarriage this is not the so called morning after pill that's a one pill which is taken the morning after intercourse and releases a high dose of the synthetic hormone found in birth control pills that delay the release of a woman say now there are some who argue that a college student who experiences a miscarriage in her dorm room for example could suffer complications including severe bleeding that could be deadly but les mis as a two thousand eighteen study suggests abortion medication has serious adverse has three adverse affects only zero point.
"chris senate" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Everybody did Randall's talking baseball he was pitching for opens triple a affiliate in the Pacific Coast League in Tucson when he was sold to the Mets in July nineteen seventy five he would become their closer through a tumultuous time in franchise history he was there when they were good and when they were not after his sixteen year career ended the wind up the road to Fairfield university for one master's degree if that wasn't enough he went received another it M. I. T. and he may hold the major league record for most colleges attended six back in town and coming out of the bullpen Mets fans the clothes are known as Joe was number thirty eight skip Lockwood good morning thanks for coming back on the show who hung the joys nickname on yeah well done the this was at the first of all thank you for having me back it's great to be back in the city what a beautiful city what a beautiful place to be I'll let all the things that are going on in this country when I was sweet place to be what a great team to watch it's impressive we'll watch the chemistry in the magic of this team makes me want to get back in uniform John Miller was the guy that that harm yeah the nickname Josh on me it was around the time when they had that shark yeah right but we didn't have anything to do with sharks he had to do with leading up the opposition you did was say your dad was a pilot your mom was an original rock head radio city or a cat and she's now a hundred and two years old she doing why she did nothing wrong with her physically I mean she's she's doing great she's a little stressed over in a wheelchair but admittedly she's having some issues with memory and stuff like that I am too it is ready we had an injury and in a little while no problems doing while eating while reading oxygenation everything is great for release let's find your lives up near the football field in Foxborough I'm not a Citrix we welcome your phone calls Mets fans for a skip Lockwood who is a terrific at a time when they were when they were not and we welcome your calls and it Randall's talking baseball it there was almost no career because there was a childhood incident when you were six years old they do you almost lost an arm yes I lose it's six little bit older are jumping on a porch collagen caught a cutting edge withdrew their the question in for balance we shop but there was a window there is and they're often was you know way back in the in the in the days back and I went through a plate glass window and it cracked me we didn't know the extent of it doctors that time showed we back together and they told my father at the time that I would probably have limited use of the arm it has still has a big scar on it and in a country with a few a few things in there that I needed so dad bought a glove and he bought me a glove and MMS the bottom ball you know when the stages came out we started to play catch yeah we played catch every time he came all the out of pocket protector in his pocket need squat down to be a catcher and and a little bow tie on and would play catch in our front yard how wonderful you're not a guide to until I get I was getting better yeah I was throwing the ball pretty good had moved the target around and in a day care you mean a headache a console and I got to be seven I could I get your old you know pretty good be did look like I had a bad heart then I liked it so much what I did in the winter time is I made a little pitching round downstairs and that painted a there are no gender blackout black swallowing started throwing stuff at that you know tennis balls and ping pong balls and anything else I could find you were going to try and I got to be eight and nine and tried out for little league I could throw good good you know I I really had destroyed back in the arm and guided practice and work for years and went out for the little league team and was Newman who you can't tell how good you are with in the in the in the cellar so I got the little league trials I was way better all the kids though it was the beginning of a of a little league career high school career that right I got to pitch in and play a little third base and can you assigned is in you were signed as a third baseman and then converted the averaging want you will when it when you signed with the Kansas City ace Kevin isn't copay Chris Senate Randall's talking baseball on the family skip Lockwood Kevin good morning good morning at great show as always I called in last time you were on you probably don't remember but I lived across from the mom I used to cut a lawn yeah I know I remember you you call that this call we would like to live in the newspaper and I I come along yeah yeah all I'm telling you just hear that she's still going strong that's great she's doing fine she do it that's what I would like you to come to Ireland is the father remembers that I can't commute to fox will where is it Foxboro Kevin thanks so much for that thanks so much for the phone call that's true that's tremendous you were a member of the Seattle pilots when Jim Belton was writing ball for you shared a locker at age seventeen with satchel Paige at age fifty nine when Charlie sign to anyone to pigeon three scoreless innings that they think fifty nine years old against the Boston Red Sox in nineteen sixty five you were traded to the Yankees in December seventy four for bill said they kiss but they released at the start of the season and and now you you come to the Mets it from from triple a and you've just got there and yogi gets fired his manager right well Judy has outlined comes with a lot of apprehension that my career was when I we never had multi year contract there was just one year at a time right the the day that satchel Paige came into Kansas city I thought I was getting released so I would I would ride the bike at the bench not playing very much and they is slid my name out of the little holder up up for the trial but half way out we had put this other name in there the P. A. I. G. tries at all not all in all I'm this is I'm looking to pack my bags this guy comes down the hallway it is soon and it looks like they left to hang your in the suit these all shoulders we are big smile on his face and there's reporters with those old fashioned hats with tickets in the branch they were they were coming after him and follow news tells stories it was like it can only add bill all these stories to tell it in you set down they got a I had a three school related school he sat down in a rocking chair yeah yeah and he started tele store yarns I guess you call the media at other stores I had a water batting practice I couldn't sit less they did the best I think he was fifty nine he was at least fifty nine I was seventeen and then I got a chance to meet a legend he will believe all this a long rubbery arm through strikes principled book both games of a doubleheader couple times of the old Negro leagues right because they made a little money you know if you can make five hundred dollars in damage sure it didn't matter who went out there for you right so what about when the so what about when it when you got here in you and you'll be gets fired well I I I knew I was going to come up I was pitching real good trip away Charlie Finley the lady I watched you pitch in triple a because I was a kid working as the voice of the Spokane Indians and we played the Tucson Toros so I remember calling the play by play when you were out there in when you are out there against us you you were bringing it yeah I was no good at or something about the heat I wasn't starting anymore I like relieving I like being a short so I know I I did good I was making the all star team was about a week away from the around the all star team up there yeah in this deal with family was that he had picked me up off the anti roster out spring training yeah actually if I could still catch I said yeah I still can page I think we set out if you can purchase out put you back in the big leagues I'm not going to put you in the American because I don't watch it concerning it's me we set up our park view out in Tucson for a couple months will see you at so are I did I pitch good yeah I can test you are my I had a beer or two to look Thursday that he call in the morning if you call early in the morning and families on the fault eight o'clock or eight and I I really wasn't in any shape to take phone calls to go share it back really he said where what I like to call on ice finally said New York could be great because I live you know Boston it would be wonderful so so he sent me to the tide water for a couple days to clear the roster and then I came up they had a double header and the master plan explodes and I flew in and into love YA up over the game you know they're playing kind of tips little but I looked under the game going on yeah as I got in a cab with the warranty and said you know take me to the ball game that Shea Stadium facts and you can it would you should never sail cab driver he he I got to the game I was in that game forty five minutes later wow somewhere that are low and quiet again yeah I didn't I just barely got dressed yeah I walked a guide to the bullpen and picnic condos got the phone as he yeah and Joe says are you Lockwood yeah yeah okay they want to get you up question obviously the other machine to pitch I I just got here yeah we need pitching well I warmed up when I went out to the trail of them they're both and then it is your garden today as a garden in the middle of the ball almost one as a teenager he got he was he was plant zucchini intimate is out there it made as it hit big I didn't see it right away so you watch out for those in Kenya may I use those are ready to you know I'm warming up watch it up with is a teeny yeah I have a few pages and and you know the very lows amount he's going to take the starting pitcher on another level what yeah I guess I could be in the game they had that card the with the match yeah the car do you drive engine yes shall I come in and where will listen into the game on the radio coming in in the car and I didn't even know my number yeah and the radio said I I brought a kid up for the minor leagues number thirty eight is never Lockwood is a local boy the end and actual least lose I know my number I got out to the mound so I got out there and and you'll be I never that you'll be so I got that amount he said what's your name kid my god and I said bounce yeah he says okay chip he said let's go you need to throw some strikes you were in a tough shape that probably not gonna baiji's give me all the destruction yeah he runs back to the benches stars hollow throw strikes your current job let's go it was really funny you also you also had apparently some vision problems in Jerry grow the would would have and I my time is very short would whistle the signs to you well I couldn't see too I had these big glasses coke while Ryan Duren glasses industrial strength glasses and I I really did I had troubles in good taste they fog up and what would happen is the middle of them would fog up so I couldn't see straight so the only way really actress using it was the option for my head look a little bit like a big guy on deck all the data as I look at the back for a lot some sort of look at the side with you clear around the lens and get my signal my sites yeah I didn't I was just on passed balls little curve ball lady in and catch Burke star whistle signs on to and struggle was up and struggles and what are you doing we sell less let this kid can't see anything party city heard somebody last game and you got to be on your clothes so he came out of four of the Mountie Texans mascot these and I skied a left handed batter this the item that is what it give them enough information so it goes on right why he wow what is that as much as it was work you know it's one of those things I know you used to come into of from Greenwich Connecticut with Tom Seaver I am I speaking for you I'm sure your heart broken a bit about what has befallen Tom in you were one of the few bright lights in a time in which they lost ninety eight nineteen seventy.
"chris senate" Discussed on The Cinema Guys
"Hey welcome to another understand the unsupervised that for our tagline tonight at the live shows you've been like have you rinse who are left as Scott by luckily tonight. We're supervisor beyond the over grazing. If this your first time in welcome in your returning for another episode we love have any back as it just and said we just finished a live event was so awesome. It was the best Super Fun. We were asked to co host. The asbury shorts films here in Cincinnati. It's a traveling short film festival <unk> by Claire Will every one of the film's was amazing every single. I haven't laughed that hard in a long time out of the out of the list. I don't remember all their names. I mean top. I think we would nick Offerman gunslinger. Pickle pickle pickle was amazing. It was so good so funny the cart or the captioning and what was the caption the cash that one was really good though I can't get over pickle yes a wish granted. If you're erasing right now go U._2. Pickle and Yes oh my gosh like I'm missing a whole world of short film. The alternate math one was pretty good too. That was really funny. I'll tell you about it was all good though but like no it makes me feel like 'cause I loved it because I love the short term because they had to tell their story really quick until just really get to the point and I like it and they're finding this is a film these short films. He travels around with him. So if you're in New York in Florida in Atlanta Pennsylvania a few of the places like look for the Asbury short time Cincinnati they'll be here and we should pack out that theater yo sell it out really worth it really worth it and of course I always go to the park. They are awesome. We didn't do Scott Pilgrim announcement either. Oh yeah also before them yeah. Oh yeah this week at the esquire yeah the week that this comes out we will be at the esquire that Friday Friday July nineteenth at seven PM and who's got building versus time the world the world. I've never seen it Chris Senate. Oh an hog is in it. I like Chris. You'll be there with our friends from full frontal nudity as-as in it. We should awesome for full frontal nudity. We should make sex bomb shirts sex bomb. We are yes sex bomb. Come out Friday because it's going to be a time name of that was terrible. We're going to actually do Hans and Franz and like Steve Martin and Dan Aykroyd. It did Karbi. It's GonNa be deals that cool actually yeah come out to the esquire this episode we're talking Ari Astor's midsummer which we will hear so Somare in which we will get to here and a little bit and you've done a little bit of research. I did a little bit of research on it so I hope you have pets yo before we jump into that room facts. I got those facts inapt assembled top this.
"chris senate" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"With how you live with yourself. You ought to be ashamed yourself. So the video went viral for the wrong reasons because the guy thought he was so proud of them sell for saying how you live with yourself and falsely saying this thing, but there's no hate groups guys. There's no hate groups to Klay does not donate money to hate groups. So the whole thing was false. But I call it a jerk on Red Eye, but then his life. He was a vice president or he was the CFO of a company. You got fired the guy still has not been hired because everybody knows them as jerk. Why is that Chris Senate? We are reactive society. We should not react anymore. Why is it that the only person who can spout off basically the way they actually feel is the president of the United States? Do you see where we all right now? The president says whatever the heck he wants and everybody cheers. Well, half the country years and the other half is screams. Adam. But the can't do anything about it because we elected them because nobody can fire him except the American people, but this guy acts like a jerk one time, and I'm talking I'm defending a leftist here. He acts like a jerk, and he posts the video and now the guy's unemployable. He literally cannot find a job. They did a piece on sixty minutes on or something or forty-eight hours. Eight three three eight five two four eight six six we have to do something. I'm not saying, it's regulation. Something's gotta be done. It's ridiculous. Nobody should be erased from society because they voiced their opinion, especially with all the garbage this on the internet will be right back. Book mean dad's for a better America? Just go to Tom shillue dot com..
"chris senate" Discussed on WJR 760
"Is possible. I'm your host check Priscilla and with Kathleen McCann who's the founder and co chair of the fishermen's fund. You're very Chris Senate, and you've surrendered to got. How can you have surrendered to God? And also lead an eight hundred million dollar a year business. That's an oxymoron. Well, reviving not to tell you so much Jack. But you're right. It would it would be impossible. But only if I if I didn't have total trust in God. In christ. There is love and truth and beauty enjoy. And whether we know it or not we all surrender or give ourselves to something or to someone and he's the most reliable promised by far that I've ever found, and he loves me, and he loves you. And he's Astrum I trust. And it's his what did the Jewish carpenter? Teach us about running a business. Wouldn't you love to have that conversation face to face? You know, how would you do this? How how would you do that the way you do it yet? But I, but I think what we have in in crisis. I reflect on that question is the perfect model of the dignity of work. So that work is actually a gift from God. Great his carpentry is one way of of thinking about that. But it's a it's something that allows us to co create wiscon- it's a path to personal fulfillment and growth is as human beings, you know, in its best sense. It's used for the betterment of others as well. You look at you look at Jesus and think about the the lessons that we see he was curious. He was non-judgmental a great leader. He was an exceptional coach wonderful teacher and then willing to sacrifice for those. He led. So I think they're a tremendous example there and arguably the greatest storyteller of all time. Indeed. Indeed, worn the middle of observing two of the three greatest days in the history of the world. Good Friday and Easter when you see Jesus on the cross Kathleen. What do you see? It's been a journey in what I see. But in one word love. So it sounds really simple. But you know, I'm reminded I can't remember who's responsible for this phrase. But I'm reminded of the notion that the only kind of simplicity to be trusted is the simplicity that's found on the other side of complexity and when you when you look at the cross. At first blush. It looks like defeat and ugly and gruesome failure and victimhood writ large. Right. But no, no much more much more complex than that. It's intentional sacrifice. It's fulfilling prophecy, it displays a love that is beyond anything. We could ask her imagine. It's victory victory so deaths defeated is Jesus will die and then and then rise again, so mankind through it is redeemed has God promised from all time that he would do speaking of which tomorrow is Easter what's the basic message of Easter. Well, it's you know, the day in the Christian faith, right? The principal celebration of of who we are. And it's it's messages, one of hope and joy and redemption Christ. Real human had a real point in time was raised from the dead. Amazing. It's amazing. And therefore that means there's hope that we will be raised as well. After what he's done for us. Now, it's our turn to respond to him. That's that's how I think about it in by the way while it starts Sunday. Right easter's Easter last early June. Can't just celebrate such a great thing. In one day. We need a long time. The last four Monday nights, the history channel has had two hours of the life of Jesus. The other night at finished and. Peter this one that he chooses to be the rock to be the leader. At the last supper. Jesus says you're going to deny me three times before the cut crows and sure enough it happened. And then he dies and they're all huddle up in this. You know demand. They believed in is gone. There's no hope. Right. And then Mary Magdalene comes and says I've seen them on Sunday morning. Peterson. Crazy, don't go crazy. And the last thing Peter wanted to do was face Jesus again. If somebody's really done some wrong things in his listening tonight. It doesn't know how to forgive themselves. What do you say to that person? Oh, well, I would remind them that when the Lord actually did show up to Peter and the apostles. The first thing he said was peace. Right. That was the the first thing he came in love and peace. And all things are possible with God. All things there's nothing that anyone has done nothing that he isn't prepared to forgive. You think about the product son? The father sees from a distance and runs to greet the sun. There's nothing. So I would encourage anyone who is who is feeling lost in that way, like their unredeemable or unforgivable. To give the larva chance because he's just waiting. He's just waiting just turned to you're one of the most Christ-centered people ever met. Then when we have lunch. Not so ago. I made the statement that Kef in the end God wins. And you said no, Jack, God has already one. I said that many would say. Yeah. Why do you say God has already? I it's it's it's evident by what happened during this. This time that we're celebrating right now. He died. Rose again from the dead, thereby defeating death for all time. The the victory of the of the war has happened. We're still dealing with some skirmishes, I think is the archbishop says from time to time we just it's up to us to live out. Our our lives in in good fashion and in following following Jesus. And.